all of the above
All the above .
What was a major political consequence of the Vietnam war
The Tet Offensive had a significant impact on the Vietnam War, as it resulted in a steep decline in support for the war among the American public. The US and South Vietnam actually won a tactical victory, however, it was a political victory for North Vietnam.
China supported Communistic Northern Vietnam in the Vietnam War.
Most of the hippies and liberals did not support the Vietnam. that's why we pulled out of Vietnam during the war. we did not pull out in world war one and world war 2 because america was geared in for the war, but Vietnam, not all of america was in for it.
The UN supported the Korean War, but did NOT support the Vietnam War.
The Republic of SOUTH Vietnam.
RVN, Republic of South Vietnam.
Allies of both the United States and Vietnam were two groups that were most likely to support the Vietnam war. The United States would get support from the western world, while Vietnam would receive support from the Muslim world.
Communist N. Vietnam won the war. So whatever political & social aspects are contained in "communism" that was the outcome.
The Philippines sent support troops to Vietnam.
America entered the Vietnam war to stop the spread of Communism
For me Vietnam defeated US in the Vietnam War. Because North Vietnam conquered Southern Vietnam. And Southern Vietnam is a democratic country and an ally of US. The US Military was restricted by the political situation and was not able to wage war in an effective manner. Because of political pressure, the necessary military resources could not be deployed.
no they did not support it
During the Vietnam War the Hawks supported the war. On the other side was the Doves. These were the people who did not support the war.
Yes. War is the obtaining of a political goal by other than political means.
Limited war=no nuclear weapons allowed
They went as far as toppling the South Vietnam government, when they wanted to abandon the war.
Agent Orange or Vietnam War imposters.
all of them
Democrats and Republicans.
The support for the Vietnam War began to dwindle by the late 1960s. This was because the war was affecting everyone, not just the lower economic classes.
the war and the outcome of the Vietnam war ^ Who answered this question? He answered the wrong question which didn't even make sense omfg.